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Code of State Regulations - Missouri Secretary of State - MO.gov31 Mar 2016 ... Chapter 62Licensing Rules for Group. Child Care Homes and Child. Care Centers. 19 CSR 30-62.010 Definitions. PURPOSE: This rule defines the terms used in the licensing rules for group day care homes and child day care centers. PUBLISHER'S NOTE: The publication of the full text of the material that the adopting agency has incorporated by reference in this rule would be unduly cumbersome or expen- sive. Therefore, the full text of that material will be made ...

Absolutely necessary to let cedar fence posts dry first ...Location: missouri. posted 5 years ago. Mark post as helpful; send pies; Quote; Report post to moderator. hello ~first post~ I have used fresh cut cedar for building structures with no problems other than them being sticky because of the sap, but they have a roof and are somewhat protected from the elements. fence posts should be aged because the outer (white) wood will rot off, it's the inner (red) wood that is fairly rot resistant. If you must use fresh cut cedar for fence ...

PasturePro Composite Fence Posts - KencovePasturePro fence Post. My task here is to briefly explain the "actual usage" and installation procedures of this post. The PasturePro post is intended to be used as a line post for electric fencing. So what does that mean? First, put out of your mind all the posts ... Photo: Williman Farm in New Florence, MO .... I have done this before but personally prefer the manufactured cotter pins as my hands get weary after working with the stiffer hi-tensile wire, making and installing cotter pins all day.

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FENCE POSTSActual tests show how long a fence post will last. Begun by T. J. Starker in 1928, the post farm at the School of Forestry, Oregon State College, has conducted 59 tests of various woods and preservative methods. Round, Douglas-fir posts treated by the salt method in 1928. ... yew, juniper, redwood, black locust), or non- durable (pine, white fir, Douglas-fir, cottonwood, alder, and others). ... appear well preserved, even slender ones made from limbs. FACTORS AFFECTING DURABILITY ...

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